A selection of GTK+, GNOME-Shell and Cinnaon themes, plus stunning Linux icon packs, cute Conky configs, Plank themes and plenty, plenty more.
If you're looking to give your Android device an "ooh" makeover, check out the free Suru Android icons pack from Moka.
Zukimac is an OS X-inspired GTK3 theme that is uncanny in its appearance. Hunting out a decent Mac theme for your Ubuntu? Look no further.
If you ever fancy retooling your home folder to look like a rainbow, Folder Color lets you change colors ad-hoc with a right-click menu.
If your favoured window manager on Ubuntu is the lightweight resource-efficient Fluxbox, read on.
Upgrading from Windows XP to Lubuntu? This XP-style theme should make the switch easier, resembling Microsoft's aged OS in almost every area.
Long time users of Lubuntu will find a bunch of improvements have been made the default theme when upgrading later this month.
Borderless windows are finally coming to the Ubuntu desktop — nearly three years after the style was originally proposed. The one-pixel frame currently used around the edges of application windows running under the default Ubuntu themes will, […]
Designer Sam Hewitt is offering to help Ubuntu Touch developers create custom-made icons for their applications.
The weather is pretty torrid here in my home town at present, but it will likely pale to the storm that this post will generate: yes, I'm writing about a Windows GTK theme.
I'm an avid fan of Ambiance, the default theme in Ubuntu. As such it takes a lot for another theme to tear me away from it.
Ever wanted Steam for Linux to look a bit more, well, 'Linux'? With a few clicks this automated hack will give you just that...
Firefox under GNOME Shell looks and feels a little out of place. Thankfully there a couple of extensions that vastly improve its appearance.